At the start of July Distinguished Professor Sarah Pink met with the Future Anthropologies Network at Manchester University. In the meeting which was attended by Karen Waltorp, James Oliver, Elisenda Ardevol, Rachel Smith, Johannes Schöberg, Alexandra D’Onofrio, Sarah Pink, Lydia Nicholas and Andrew Irving, the group presented their research and made plans for N.E.X.T. – the acronym for the group’s next collective performance.

Débora Lanzeniand Karen Waltorp are the current co-Directors of the group, with previous co-Directors being Sarah Pink and Juan Salazar.

Organisers of this year’s meeting at  Manchester University are Johannes Sjöberg and Andrew Irving.

To read the FAN  manifesto https://futureanthropologies.net/2014/10/17/our-manifesto/

The next meeting will be convened in Stockholm.

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